October 20, 1850, Egloshayle Vicarage, Cornwall.

October 24, 1900, Strand, London, England.

His ashes were interred at both Egloshayle Church, Cornwall, and St. Nicholas, Cole-Abbey, London.


Son of Rev. Edward Starkie Shuttleworth, Henry was educated at St. Mary’s Hall, Oxford (BA 1873, MA 1876). Ordained a deacon in 1873 and priest in 1873, he was Chaplain at Christ Church, Oxford; Minor Canon of St. Paul’s; and Rector of St. Nicholas, Cole-Abbey, London, 1883. He was also Professor of Pastoral and Liturgical Theology, and Lecturer in Ecclesiastical History and English Literature, and in the New Testament, at King’s College, London. He compiled a small Appendix to Church Hymns, for use in St. Nicholas’ Church, in which several of his own hymns appeared. His other works include:

  1. Father, Ere Yet Another Day Is Ended
  2. Father of Men, in Whom Are One